Swansea City 4-4 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Matt Jarvis grabbed a brace as Wolves came back from 4-1 down to secure a 4-4 draw with Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
It took Swansea just 20 seconds to open the scoring as Andrea Orlandi rose unmarked to head home Scott Sinclair's cross. A long afternoon looked in store for Terry Connor and his Wolves players when Joe Allen beat the offside trap just three minutes later to score the Swans' second. The home fans didn't have to wait long for a third as Danny Graham's cross was nodded home by Nathan Dyer on the fifteen minute mark. Graham wasted another chance soon after as Swansea began to look a little complacent. Just before the half hour mark they were made to pay as Steven Fletcher rose, again unmarked, to loop a header over Michel Vorm. However, the defending was getting no better at the other end and Graham finally grabbed his goal just two minutes later when he was left free at the far post to bring down Dyer's cross and tap home. A mad five minutes was complete on 33 minutes when Matt Jarvis clawed a second goal back for the already relegated visitors with a rifled effort into the far corner from the left edge of the box. Swansea looked to tighten things up after the break but Wolves were intent on making a real game of it and David Edwards finished off a superb team goal nine minutes after the break with a well placed shot that beat the dive of Vorm to make it 4-3. The comeback was complete quarter of an hour later as Fletcher's chipped cross to the far post was met by Jarvis who finished expertly on the run with a right-footed half volley. Wolves were the side who looked most likely to win it after that but Swansea held on for a point from a game that was anything but an end of season dead rubber.